Using find on shared drives.

JONCKHEERE@d0tng.fnal.gov JONCKHEERE@d0tng.fnal.gov
Thu Oct 16 13:32:00 GMT 1997


find works fine on my system:

bash$ cd //u/test-dir
bash$ find . -name "*" -type d -print
./Bloomington
./boston
./public_html
./public_html/my-stuff
./temp

I'm using Sergey's patched cygwin32.dll. You might try that.

Alan

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Date: Wed, 15 Oct 1997 08:20:10 -0700
From: "Hughes, Richard" <Richard.Hughes@aspect.com>
Subject: Using find on shared drives.
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	Hi

	find.exe doesnt seem to work on shared network file systems.  
	( either accessed using samba or mapped network drives)

	for example .

	find . -name "*" -type d -print.

	finds the first directory , the rest of the directories are reported on
with

	find: "./ XXX No such file or directory".....


	any answers ?

	Cheers
	Rich.


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